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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta lEe Lethbiidge Daily Herald Volume IT. LethbrldfTc. Altn.. Frhhiy. August 25. Number 215 UNIONIST IS IN FAVOR OF PACT Strong Support Received j by Buchanan on His Trip V; A. Buchntian, t.lir reciprocity candidate, was in tlie city yesterday BttendiMR the fair. In conversation uith Ihe Herald, Mr niiehanan said Hint for ten days lie had been in the nnrUiern part of the conatituency linUlinp nicetinns at several points on the t'.I'.R. main linf. He found that Intere.st in the reclprncily issue is Rreat and the sentiment strongly in fa\or of the pael All the meetings were well attended. Liberals and ('onhervatlveg are both strong for re,-cipriieity. At Mroolf.s an old lime Conservative, I\Ir. ArmslronR, ad-�lressed the meetinf; on behalf of Mr. Kucha nan and reciprocity. At another 1 oint, an old time I'nionist : : ? ? : thought was caused tir-'Sts of t'nnada and of the empire , the eyplosioii. Tliey by looked upward ;is ;i ivliole Mr. Buchanan left for Cardston tliis pflernnon and addresses a meeting there this afternoon. On .Satiirdav evening he has a meeting at Magrath eiTUATION IN FRANCE HAS BECOME ACUTE New York, N.Y., Aug 21.-A special Paris despatch to the .lournal of Commerce today says : "The lone of I''rench financial markets continues most, irregular, with a distinct ten- land s;\w that the shaft was on llamea. They at once hoarded the cage and started for the suri'aee, hut encoun-trrei) the lliinies ut the 1200 foot level, and stopped Withelniy and four other men left the cage, and started to v.alk tiitoiigii the 1200 foot level to the old alpiia shaft 700 feet away, tliroMgh which they hoped to climb out of the mine. The men remaining in ih' cage i^ave the signal to hoist, bein^ badly hurned en route them. The A. R. & I. ran their train of olghl coaches filled to their utmost capacity on their regular halt hour schedule, and to Lhem must bo given a great deal of the credit for the efficient manner In which they bandied the crowds. Next year it is hoped that the city street railway system dene.-- toward depression. The slvghl-est rally is ii rel,ipse. This condition is not nn- IV1INNESOTA EDITORS ARE COMING WEST immediately followed hv' Arthur, Out., Aug. 2r,.-Sixly � mombei^ of the Minnesota Press As-. _ ,. soeiatloii are hero today from Sarnia. natural in view ol the peculiar com-p.,ey >vill go to Duluth tonight and bin.-.I ion of intliiences which is cer- return Sunday. They visited Kaka-tainJv not cheerful. Tlio acute stage iboka Falls on a special C. N. R. train that has been reached in the .Moroc-'tnis morning, lent by D. B. Hanna, can situation and the knowledge lhat;�nd later were entertained by tho each Kovcrnnient has determined tni'''"'^^ of Arthur and Fort Will- maintain at any cost its present firm '� automobile rid proeession formed on the race course. Following the bands came Ihe Indians in their bright array, a,ll mounted on their ponies wlilcb are the pride of their hearlK. The iial-tves entered into this feature of ihe program with great Interest losing for a lime the stolidity which murks ihelr race. The red men were marshalled ; ? nK/'"- , covery. His a�sallants appeared be- Cunnuigham had a conversation fore the police magistrate this morn-1 also with the C P. R. ofTicials with ing. Four charges of housebreaking \ regard to using their railway and the ser-rade, ...................... _____ Lcth- inary hearing wa* remanded tor one i ^ridgn and Royal View. With Mr, Cun and the Clydesdales in their ^.^^^^ charges of housebreaking I regard to using their railway and Id hc-vse too represented tho ^nd theft were read against them. To big bridge for the gasoline car "m:^n Wes'^tJ cTnirrt^i-^"^^ ''''' ^"""^ P-P-�" "y Hie lioard of Tr and the fan v Sn horsed'f' f"' ''''' P-"""- between Diamond City, Kipp. L lut i.iin * Mhui lloiHCM i Inn,.,, hear no wjia roni.inrlo,] fn^ . .. ............... AGED MONTREAL MAN K1L..ED .Montreal, Aug. 2-1.-Death came �arly last evening at the .Notre Dame Hospital to Narcisse David. Si; y.^ais of age, who was struck and knocked - ' l^^ach appears to bo not more than hlblts from Ontario on th� east to years of age. The physical resem-Westmlnster on the west. jbiance between them has given rise By the time the whole procession ]to the vunior, that they are brothers, h-.id aesembled on the rnee course the'An otTort is now being made to iden-whole half mile was coveivd and the ilily them and to this end police photo-Indians were forced to overflow on gruphs of them will be deapatched the area, inside the track. It was a |broadcast today, fine display, admirably executed, and can be truly said to have been tho most pleasing feature of the exhibition In the evening the regular program was put on in front of the grand stand, and again the fancy ningham the oflicials went carefully into the matter of cost and it was found that the proportionate cost that would have to be borne by the city would make the scheme impracticable. Kfforls to see the Grand Trunk Pacific olVicials regarding their operations around I,ethbridgc were unavailing, as all the otficiais were out of the. city on a tour of inspection ol their western lines. tho features being staged. The 25th Battery After three davF of the finest kind of weather for the fair, the sky cloiid-�d this morning and early In Ihe day rain set In, putilng a damper on the concluding day of Lethbridge's great agriciilturo! e.vliildlion for IIUL The Change In the weather came unfortuii- '^e one new feature of the '''i>' greatly appreciated as I cess In years to come. ;'his was the first lime that many of It had been announced at one "'t' citizens of Lethbridge had had cnu-didates and tlio danger of dividing the vote favmable to reciprocity is too great lo lake any ritks. luul we lliorel'ore rei.'ommend that our mombors sujipoit the (candidate, rogarilleFs of his jwriy affUl'itloDH, w)io will support the (luestloiis which must be Uio main Issue iu this election. 2. That while we should be glad lo see tiinnorn as canriidales in any nleclion, we have to decli.re thai Hi present no candidtile shall be entitled to iiinke the statement that he li; the official eHiulidaii; of ihe I'nitod Farmers of Alberta and further that no action shall bo taken by the (Jeiiernl Secretary towards the culling of any poliilonl conventions tor the nonituailon nf candidates. .SKLVICl): ,1AS. DOWKR, Presiri4iit. AUSTIN, GIOO. LO.N.I, J. It. POl.N'TKR, .lOS.SPFAKMAN, M. W. WAR.N'KR, V. L. CARSWKLL, ,1, V.. OnTRA.N'DKR, KDW. .1. FRKA.M, Secretary. Directors. Twenty-Three Logs Initiated and Made Finished Products-Initiation and Banquet-Many Liively Kittens The lirst Concalination of tlir (ir-| 'I'lic local arrani^ements were ia der of Hoo-lloos, Ihe liiiiihernian'.s ; cliiir;.;c oi (fco. H. .Stnccy, of the i social order, in Sdutlierii Albcita, i .Siacev Lumber Co., and V.. \. (Jun-washeld Ui.si cveiiiiig, Twcntv-three niiigliam, of Ihe Rogers-Cunninghnni luiiibeniu'ii V. ei ( iMili'J hiciied iiilo the I.iiiiihci' (o, was chairman of thu iiiysleries i.i I lun-l lno-land Tlie logs liaiii|iiet, 'I'lic tiiiisl list included tho were inlleil iiiln ilii- poiid, hauled up fnllouiiu; : The Iving, tlie Most lithe lai'l, laddcf, placed on tlie sav.' j lust riiius (luier of Hoo-lloos, Odd caniairi', lii''.ed h) the "nig.ger," ] i.cmrih.s, Our (iiiests and Railways, sauh iiiiii iinaiils, planed and deliver- In adililiou in those mentioned, III lo Ihc .'.iirliii;' tallies, wlieie some Messrs. Delaiiielei', Morse and ..lack-ueir ac(i'|ilid aiid ullicrs were reject-, .si m respoiuleil, Necdham's orcliestla I'll to lie ihiiiiii'li again to have ! provided the music for what was a Ihc iiiain cili,!-; ciil nlf, so iliat in the , niosl eiikiyahlc liimbcriiiun's social tii.ils aiiil t riliiihil inns ol a log tliey : gatliering. \vri:il(l e\eiitiiall> emerge into the lin-| . _ ^ islu-d priidiict 'rweiitv-thrce lively "killens" were , IwiMshi Id tlic light la.st evening, the lilai'l; cat heiiKz iiiucli in evidence. .\t-ler the iiiil in I ions, which look place 111 till' I () OF hall, where Vice fierant Snark Biniie, ot the Hoo-I'.los told Ihe kittens all there was ; in kiiov.-, nut forgetting the remarks passed by llie indeialigable Uio, I'ol-iimelier, KayUMiud and Thorp, who siihjert u> iraurcs which l-.isled sonie-asfiisted in making the evening very linies lud and three days a week, cnioyahle, a baniiuel was held in | ' he doriors (-xiiect her to wake la Rochon's Caie, i'''^' FALLS IN TRANCE ON STREET CAR Moutvoal, Aus. 2-1.-.\ppareinly under Uu! control of sdme drug, Miiis l.'ilHuche J^iivl',; was lu'oiiHlit micon-scions to tile car l),inis here yi'iiter-(luy, having hern fdiiiul in a ear, tihe WHS taken lo llie Viriiiriii hospital. I I he motlKT of llic ;;irl later reiiori-chI 10 till' iiltii'ialo 'hilt the girl was ;